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Wonderdome is Mandylights’ newest artwork, premiering at Glow Winter Arts Festival, this installation is a truly, wonderful experience.
A dome of pixels glowing in the distance take the form of a hemisphere. Globes of light appear to hang in midair as you walk towards them in the darkness.The globes swirl and illuminate with every colour of the rainbow, at times pulsing in time with each other, and then seemingly disappearing and reappearing at random. You approach the dome… stepping inside, it hits you at once.
The experience becomes completely immersive as you are transported inside a world of colour and light. A path is laid clear before you. You move deeper towards the centre until you reach the focus, watching a universe of dazzling effects swirl around you.
Image: Renders of Wonderdome supplied by Mandylights, join us to experience the wonder for it's first viewing this year at Glow Winter Arts Festival
About the artist
Wonderdome is a collaborative design by Richard Neville and Adrienn Lord, who work as part of the internationally-renowned Mandylights group who have produced artworks, concert touring, architectural and special event designs in over sixty countries around the world.
Richard is an award-winning Lighting and Production Designer with a career spanning nineteen years and projects spanning from permanent architectural lighting design to complete show creation for some of the world’s largest concert tours. Career highlights include lighting design for the Burj Khalifa and Dubai New Year’s Eve celebrations, world tours of the musical Cats, and touring stadium tours for Ricky Martin, China’s G.E.M. and the Backstreet Boys. Closer to home, his work can be seen touring with Pnau, at Vivid Sydney, Alice Springs’ Parrtjima Festival and as lighting designer of the Vector Lights on the Auckland Harbour Bridge.
Adrienn is Mandylights Production Designer with a strong background in theatre and stage events. Training at NIDA, he has worked with likes of Opera Australia, Sydney Theatre Company, ATYP, The Really Useful Group and the National Gallery Singapore.
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